Within days of the launch of its next flagship Mate 30 Pro, Huawei is facing a new ban from the United States. In response, the company launched a press release where it accuses the United States of "unscrupulous behavior".
Among these behaviors, Huawei accuses the country led by Donald Trump of launching cyber attacks against the systems of the company, in order to prevent the normal operation of its operations.
"Over the past few months, the US government has been using political and diplomatic influence to influence other governments to ban Huawei products," the press release reads.
"In addition, it has used all the tools at its disposal – including the judiciary and administrative powers, becoming a host of unscrupulous behavior – to disrupt business operations between Huawei and its partners," said the Chinese company.
According to Huawei, "tools" used by the United States include the "launch of cyber attacks to infiltrate Huawei's intranet and information systems."
United States accused by Huawei of threatening Huawei employees
In addition, it claims that the United States has given indications that "the police threaten Huawei's past or current efforts to turn against the company." The US National Security Council has not yet commented on the allegations.
With the release of Mate 30 so close, Google will come to claim that the device will not have its services licensed. If that happens, it won't be easy for Huawei's flagship to avenge outside China. The coming times will be decisive for this technological giant.
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